BBC News - Business
Updated: 1 hour 42 min ago
Protection dictates how many animals migrate and so it was with savers during the financial crisis.
Around 1.5m students graduated from US universities just as the financial crash upended the economy.
The iPhone XS comes in larger sizes than before, while a new smartwatch can detect falls.
Former Woolworths employee Earl Marchan tells the BBC how the financial crisis affected him.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering banning sale of flavoured e-cigarettes.
The UK's chancellor admits peoples' incomes are suffering, but sees "light at the end of the tunnel".
The rising price of Brent oil reflects concerns about the impact of US sanctions against Iran.
Chairman Sir Howard Davies says the bank was rescued to save the financial system, not as an investment.
Thirty-somethings' salaries are the worst affected by the 2008 financial crisis.
MEPs vote for new laws despite opposition from US tech firms and the musician Wyclef Jean.
The UK's biggest supermarket aims to attack the rise of the German chains with its own discount brand.
Galliford Try said a strong performance its homes division had helped it weather extra costs on other projects.
Keith Hellawell is to retire as chairman of Sports Direct after the retailer's annual general meeting.
Quick Quid owner CashEuroNet UK has been ranked the most complained-about banking and credit business.
The energy company's profits will be lower than expected because of hot weather and high gas prices.
Some investors who took a punt on the wreck of Lehman Brothers' UK operations made handsome returns.
More than 250 free-to-use cash machines are closing every month as operators shut unprofitable ones.
The Bank of England governor says history shows that another financial crisis could occur.
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China, the US and the UK are all vying to dominate the market for next-generation mobile networks.